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Holiday Weekend Guide: December 23-27

dal-12_23_15Clean out your chimney and get ready to fill it with men bearing presents. Santa, too, if you’re into that.

Depending on how Scrooge-like your boss is, you’ve got a really long weekend ahead. Here are five things to keep you occupied between Grandma hugs and eggnog blackouts.

Wednesday – January 3

dal-12_23_15(2)Prairie Lights
What:
If you’re still not in the holiday spirit, driving through a wonderland of more than four million lights should do the trick.
The Full Scoop: www.prairielights.org

Wednesday

dal-12_23_15(3)Beer Under the Christmas Tree
What:
Community Beer Company will be tapping Vanilla Ascension Coffee Porter and Rum Soaked Cinnamon Stick Legion Imperial Stout, just so your tastebuds know it’s Christmas, too.
The Full Scoop: www.facebook.com

dal-12_23_15(4)Preservation Hall Jazz Band
What:
Our favorite French Quarter jazz band comes to Big D from the Big Easy to perform at the Meyerson Symphony Center. We’re still gonna pull down our pants for beads.
The Full Scoop: www.preservationhalljazzband.com

Thursday & Friday

dal-12_23_15(5)Christmas Eve & Christmas Day at the Brick
What:
After family time, you could use a stiff drink and a couple strippers, so Brick Dallas opens at 4:00 p.m. Christmas Eve and 6:00 p.m. Christmas night. Ho to the ho.
The Full Scoop: www.brickdallas.com

Sunday

dal-12_23_15(6)Cowboys Watching Party
What:
People who follow sports have informed us that the Dallas Cowboys suck this year. That’s why we’ll be practicing our cheerleading moves instead of watching them play the Buffalo Bills on TV.
The Full Scoop: www.dallaswoodys.com 

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